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Comprehensive Health Check-Up assessing Blood Sugar, Lipids, Liver Function, Kidney Function, Immune Function, Digestive Function, Thyroid Function, Cardiovascular Health, Inflammation, Nutrient Deficiencies, and Hormones.

Using Functional Medicine practices, we are able to assess your Complete Blood Count & Metaboic Panal against more up-to-date ranges that target optimal levels, as opposed to simply "normal" levels set by Conventional Medicine.

Why Is This Different? Functional Medicine vs Conventional Medicine

Optimal ranges that are used in Functional Medicine are tighter ranges that are based on more up-to-date research, and focus on your quality of living, rather than the normal ranges used in Conventional medicine that are more dated, and focus on your proximity to disease based on the average population.

Often, the result of the latter approach leaves you clear of any immediate fatal illness, but still carring sub-optimal functioning of your body, potentially with other long-term non-fatal health conditions that are poorly managed, and just not feeling as fit and able as you'd like to be.

With the approach of Functional Medicine, your body is assessed as a collection of systems that are finely tuned to work together, and so with the wide variety of symtoms that one may present, a more complete assessment is taken to leave no stone unturned and find the root-cause.

From this, we can make more informed decisions regarding your training, nutrition, supplementation and lifestyle, and even zoom in to look closer at any particular areas of concern with more advanced lab testing.

This approach significantly raises the standard of not only your fitness training, but your overall health and performance.

Who Should Have the Functional Blood Analysis Done?

This would benefit anyone who really values their health, whether you've been chronically ill and frustrated without proper treatment for years, or you're looking to achieve optimal health and performance.  Some conditions that warrant testing are:

  • Autoimmune diseases


  • Digestive complaints, diarrhea or constipation

  • Brain fog, Fatigue

  • Skin problems, like acne, eczema and psoriasis

  • Mood disorders, depression, and anxiety

  • Insomnia

  • Diabetes and weight loss issues

  • Muscle Cramps

  • High Cholesterol

  • Low/High Blood Pressure

  • Allergies

  • Recurrent infections

  • Infertility

  • Anaemia

  • PMS

  • PCOS, Endometriosis, Fibroids

(Note: This is included for coaching-clients)



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